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Pixel Shaders: An Interactive Introduction to Graphics Programming

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Pixel Shaders: An Interactive Introduction to Graphics Programming
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Publisher: pixelshaders.com

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This book is intended to bring the wonder and joy of graphics processor programming to a wider audience. It is targeted at artists who want to integrate powerful computer graphics into their work, and traditional programmers who want to try thinking about programming in a different way.

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